This week’s picks feature the return of some notable (and infamous) heroes, two special celebration issues, and a brand new crime drama, further showcasing the variety available at any comic book shop in your neck of the woods.
This will be only her third time signing autographs for fans, after appearing at Rhode Island Comic Con in 2016 and ACE Comic Con in 2017.
Double Walker’s folk horror sensibilities, steeped in the mythology of the Scottish Highlands, is deftly executed by Conrad and Bailey in their new tale, and we were lucky enough to get to speak to them about the creative process that they used to craft Double Walker in this exclusive interview.
While comic conventions are starting to take place in-person around the country, the granddaddy of all comic convention, San Diego Comic Con, will continue as a virtual event this summer, and DC Comics will be bringing out the big guns for fans watching around the globe.
While fans of Wonder Woman 1984 may not be happy with the news, the latest adventures of Diana Prince earned two Razzie nominations in the Worst Supporting Actress Award and Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off, or Sequel categories.
DC Comics is rounding out their “color” anthology line with Wonder Woman: Black and Gold joining Batman: Black and White and Superman: Red and Blue, just in time for Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary this June.